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Bug #26185 Installation fails for IIS6
Submitted: 2003-11-09 07:31 UTC Modified: 2003-11-09 09:45 UTC
From: burkeden at comcast dot net Assigned:
Status: Closed Package: IIS related
PHP Version: 4.3.4 OS: Windows Server 2003
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
 [2003-11-09 07:31 UTC] burkeden at comcast dot net
Description:
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This is a bug of the installation, not the PHP product:

Clean Windows Server 2003 Install
Install IIS v6
Run installer version of PHP 4.3.4
Installation selections: 
"Standard install", "C:\progra~1\php", IIS6 & above

Install completes without error if I choose IIS4 & above (but afterward PHP does not work)

When I choose IIS 6 & above, as I should, I always get an "IISEXT not found" error. I verified this file exists, permissions are correct, and it is in the path.


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 [2003-11-09 07:57 UTC] phildriscoll@php.net
The installer had a problem with the path to IISext. A new 
version of the installer has been prepared and should be 
available for download soon. The fixed installer reports 
itself as 'Installer version number 1.0.23' on the first 
wizard screen. 
 
A quick workaround if you don't want to wait for the new 
installer is to run 
iiseext /AddFile "c:\program files\php.exe" 1 php 1 php 
at the command line. 
 
 [2003-11-09 08:52 UTC] edink@php.net
The new installer should be available for download in couple of hours.
 [2003-11-09 09:12 UTC] schari at surfeu dot at
thank for info but i tried command line on a 2003 gr version without a positiv result.

script will bestartet but iisext not found will still occure
schari
 [2003-11-09 09:45 UTC] phildriscoll@php.net
My suggested quick workaround won't cause the old 
installer to work - it's just doing the last bit of IIS 
configuration which the installer failed to do. 
 
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